"The Whistler Public Library is no longer just a place where people sit quietly and do traditional library things like read. The library's mandate is to find new ways to be useful to the community, whether it's providing a meeting place or meeting community needs for service and education — and to that end they've left no stone unturned. They've expanded regular programming for adults and children, worked with other community organizations to fill in gaps, and have opened the facility to some very different types of activities."
"This isn't an occasional kind of thing either. "Last year we hosted 907 programs and the attendance we had from the community was higher than in West Vancouver," said library director Elizabeth Tracy."
Via Doug Mirams